Gov’ship Ambition: I’ve Resigned As MD Mint – Masanawa

 
Tue May 17th, 2022 - Abuja (FCT)
 

The former former Managing Director, Nigeria Security and Minting, Abbas Umar Masanawa, has disclosed that he has complied with presidential directive and resigned.

Recall that President Buhari had through the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, directed all ministers and political appointees contesting for various elective positions to resign from their appointments on or before Monday, May 16, 2022.

Fielding questions from some journalists in Abuja, when asked if he has adhered to the directives, Masanawa who is one of the gubernatorial aspirant of Katsina State,
said: “Absolutely, I have abided completely with the presidential directive.

And I’ve resigned my appointment as the managing director, and chief executive of Nigeria Security, Printing and Minting. I sent in my resignation through the chairman of the board, who also happens to be the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria.”

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Speaking on his achievements at Mint, Masanawa said he met moribund company, that was almost dead but was able to achieve the three mandates of President Buhari 100 percent, including attainment of zero importation of the country’s currencies.

“Our mandate was to see how we can reposition Mint towards four key mandates. Number one, to enhance profit generation.

 
 

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source: Leadership